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Economics at Charles University Holds Its Position in the Top 100

3 July, 2019

Charles University has been recognized as holding a position among the top 100 universities in economics by the 2019 Global Ranking of Academic Subjects. This is the third consecutive year that Charles University has held this ranking and the first year that the economics field is the sole representative of Charles University across all departments.

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Hundreds of Students Benefited from CERGE-EI's Discovery Hub

3 July, 2019

CERGE-EI's free educational platform Economics Discovery Hub (EDH) has marked three years of its existence. More than 1800 students have used the opportunity to take part in nearly 70 workshops and courses.

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RSJ Fellowships, Alumni and Honorary Award Announced at 2019 Gala 

28 June, 2019

The winners of the RSJ Research Fellowships, Alumni of the Year, and special Honorary Award were announced at the Graduation Gala 2019.

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CERGE-EI Study Presented at the Ministry of Finance

19 June, 2019

Nikolas Mittag (CERGE-EI) introduced a study on using data for evaluating social policy programs at the Czech Ministry of Finance (MF). The seminar was a part of broader cooperation between the MF and the Czech Academy of Sciences. The key point of the seminar was the presentation of a study focused on smarter and more accurate use of administrative data.

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LSE Student Charoo Anand won the 5th NET Competition

10 June, 2019

Four great presentations were given on Friday, 31 May, by the finalists of the 5th annual round of the New Economic Talent competition.

The evaluation committee (Randall Filer, Hunter College and the Graduate Center, City University of New York, Marek Kapicka, Associate Professor with tenure at CERGE-EI, and Ctirad Slavík, Assistant Professor at CERGE-EI), chose Charoo Anand (London School of Economics) as the winner.

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